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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson
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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format All Voice
Desc M051904709
Composer Aaron Copland
Publisher Boosey & Hawkes Inc
Catalog # 48008373

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Twelve Poems of Emily Dickinson Composed by Aaron Copland. For All Voice. Published by Boosey & Hawkes Inc. (Catalog # 48008373, UPC: 073999083736)

Contents: Nature, the gentlest mother · Therecame a wind like a bugle · Why do they shut me out of Heaven? · The world feels dusty · Heart, we will forget him · Dear March, come in! · Sleep is supposed to be · When they come back · I felt a funeral in my brain · I've heard an organ talk sometimes · Going to Heaven! · The Chariot.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
CHARIOT,THE COPLAND, A.  
DEAR MARCH COME IN COPLAND, A.  
HEART WE WILL FORGET HIM COPLAND, A.  
I FELT A FUNERAL IN MY BRAIN COPLAND, A.  
I'VE HEARD AN ORGAN TALK SOMETIMES COPLAND, A.  
NATURE THE GENTLEST MOTHER COPLAND, A.  
SLEEP IS SUPPOSED TO BE COPLAND, A.  
THERE CAME A WIND LIKE A BUGLE COPLAND, A.  
WHEN THEY COME BACK COPLAND, A.  
WHY DO THEY SHUT ME OUT OF HEAVEN COPLAND, A.  
WORLD FEELS DUSTY,THE COPLAND, A.  

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